Dominic Quinn (BSc) graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences in 2018. After completing his undergraduate studies he is now pursuing a PhD in Biostatistics as part of the 'Right Care' Collaborative Doctoral Award and as part of the SPHeRE Programme. His PhD research is aimed at characterising appropriate care for older community-dwelling people. Dominc spent the first year of his PhD working in the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) but joined TILDA to complete the remaining years of his postgraduate doctorate degree.
Dominic co-authored two professional research papers in mathematical education while working as a teaching and research assistant during the work placement module of his undergraduate degree.
Conneely M, Boland P, O'Neill A, Byrne D, Cronin S, Quinn D, et al. A protocol for the establishment and evaluation of an older adult stakeholder panel for health services research. HRB Open Res. 2020;3(1)
Prendergast M, Breen C, Bray A, Faulkner F, Carroll B, Carr M, et al. Investigating Secondary Students Beliefs about Mathematical Problem Solving. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology.2018.